Bill: Education reform
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: January 4411
|We need to give our next generations the step towards a greater future! Making sure that a healthy and active national curriculum is enforced on the land, and making sure that private institutions receive no government funding is vital towards this step. We'll also be enforcing that school curriculums teach a political education with a focus on the efforts and achievements of this government, we must ensure that only a righteous curriculum is enforced and that our next wave of students are not fed lies about the government.|
Old value:: The Government requires all secondary school students to receive an advanced political education.
Current: The Government requires all secondary school students to receive an advanced political education.
Proposed: The Government requires all secondary school students to receive a political education that is biased towards the government.
Old value:: Only religious schools receive government funding.
Current: Private educational institutions receive no government funding whatsoever.
Proposed: Private educational institutions receive no government funding whatsoever.
Old value:: There is a National Curriculum which is advisory only and is not binding on any schools.
Current: There is a National Curriculum which all schools are obliged to follow.
Proposed: There is a National Curriculum which all schools are obliged to follow.
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|Random fact: "Treaty-locking", or ratifiying treaties that completely or nearly completely forbid any proposals to change laws, is not allowed. Amongst other possible sanctions, Moderation reserves the discretion to delete treaties and/or subject parties to a seat reset if this is necessary in order to reverse a treaty-lock situation.|
|Random quote: "The main problem of the left is that it has been traditionally divided and unable to reach agreements between different leftist views, whilst the right has almost always moved in the same direction by giving concessions to different rightist points of view." � Aelius Celer, Selucian Head of Government|